Coffee Pod Storage

Coffee Pod Storage

Initially purchased two drawers to give stacking a go. Placed the Kuerig on the top of the two and both drawers slid perfectly. The coffee pot on top jiggled though. Since there was enough height on the table to add two more drawers, I purchased two more for a total of four. Four stacked, worked well, although the coffee pot still jiggled on the top drawer. I took the advise from the reviewer who said to find a solid board to place on the top drawer to keep the Kuerig stable. I did that and it made all the difference to prevent coffee pot jiggle and the drawer underneath from dragging. I cut shelf liner for a drawer which holds the fill-able pods to keep them from shifting when the drawer is opened or closed. Now I have plenty of space for K-cups, refillable pods, teas, hot chocolates, etc. I appreciate the well designed, compact, stackable and sturdy design of these drawers. Price was good too. Thanks to the reviewer for that important tip to keep the coffee pot stable.
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Coffee Pod Storage

The compact CoffeeStack Organizer does more with less – counter space, that is. It stores up to 40 of any coffee pod in its drawers, with labels facing out so it’s easy to find the one you want. It’s simple to refill, and there’s space on the front of each drawer so you can add labels.
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Coffee Pod Storage

Looking for an express route to your espresso? Try our Acrylic Divided Coffee Pod Box. This translucent solution holds multiples capsules neatly for quick access. In addition to blending in with any style of décor, from office break rooms to home kitchens, it features non-slip feet that keep it firmly in place on a countertop or inside a cabinet or pantry.
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Coffee Pod Storage

Quote from ape : The specs say the k-cups are protected from the heat of the machine, but I can’t see how they wouldn’t be compromised over time by the heat/cold cycles of the surrounding air when coffee is being made. I imagine this would make the coffee taste different, but does anyone have any experience with this? I’m only guessing but the top may be rubberized which forms an insulating layer. I’ve used one for a long time (not this exact/model) that has this feature. That said, everyone could do the world a favor by not using k-cups, which are a ecological disaster. Either get the refillable ones and load your own coffee every day, or move to another system entirely.
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Coffee Pod Storage

Use our Single Serve Coffee Baskets to store supplies for a variety of brewing systems, including Nescafé Dolce Gusto Capsules, Nespresso Capsules or Keurig K-Cups. These baskets are also the perfect size for holding creamers, sweeteners, snacks or fruit. They feature a unique locking feature so you can stack them securely on a counter or table, and a large opening allows easy access.

Coffee Pod Storage

Don’t have Amazon Prime? Students can get a free 6-Month Amazon Prime trial with free 2-day shipping, unlimited music, unlimited video streaming & more. If you’re not a student, there’s also a free 1-Month Amazon Prime trial available. Durable design that features 3 easy open drawers for organizing, loading, and removing K-Cups. Coffee pack drawer holds up to 36 K-Cups – Discombobulated
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Coffee Pod Storage

If you’re not a student, there’s also a free 1-Month Amazon Prime trial available. Durable design that features 3 easy open drawers for organizing, loading, and removing K-Cups. Coffee pack drawer holds up to 36 K-Cups – Discombobulated
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Coffee Pod Storage

Quote from xcopy : That said, everyone could do the world a favor by not using k-cups, which are a ecological disaster. Either get the refillable ones and load your own coffee every day, or move to another system entirely. Or use San Franciso Bay Oncup. Or walk/use a bike and don’t drive. Or have one family car. Or don’t use air conditioning. Or don’t support the coal user Chinese economy. The possibilities are endless.
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Quote from xcopy : That said, everyone could do the world a favor by not using k-cups, which are a ecological disaster. Either get the refillable ones and load your own coffee every day, or move to another system entirely.
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Quote from xcopy : I’m only guessing but the top may be rubberized which forms an insulating layer. I’ve used one for a long time (not this exact/model) that has this feature. That said, everyone could do the world a favor by not using k-cups, which are a ecological disaster. Either get the refillable ones and load your own coffee every day, or move to another system entirely.